It's the fifth consecutive weekend of anti-racism protests taking place in Europe following the death of George Floyd.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pride, which was first held in New York City after the Stonewall riots.
Campaigners are calling for restraint in the use of teargas after riot control agents have been used extensively in protests globally.
Police said "troublemakers" threw stones and smoke bombs at them after a planned demonstration against the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the US protesters toppled more statues of figures with links to slavery following rallies in memory of Juneteenth, which commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans.
Thousands gathered in the French and British capital for peaceful demonstrations against racism.
The Labour Party and an anti-racism think tank argue Boris Johnson's new review is redundant because four were released in 2017. They're calling for "more action, less rhetoric".
Black Lives Matters protesters in Italy have targetted the statue of the late Indro Montanelli.
Protesters wore masks and kept their distance to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
Despite gatherings of more than 10 people remain banned in Paris, thousands took to the streets to protest against police brutality on Saturday.
More than 1,000 people took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to demonstrate against police brutality and racism.
Toronto street artists use graffiti to raise awareness on racism following the death of George Floyd.
Lebanese riot police fired tear gas at demonstrators in Beirut who had poured into the streets to protest as the national currency tumbled to a new low.
"The police is not racist... it saves lives whatever the colour of the individual's skin," a police union told reporters.
George Floyd's death in police custody has been a catalyst for widespread protest around the world. As America's racial tensions are put in focus, Europe is seeing its own cases of police brutality being brought to the fore.
The US President had suggested, without any evidence, that a 75-year-old demonstrator, who was pushed to the ground by police officers, could be an "Antifa provocateur".
Tour guides in Rome organised a flash mob in front of the Pantheon and a sit-in outside the Italian Parliament on Tuesday, in protest at what they see as a lack of government support for the tourism sector.
Black Lives Matter protests have spread throughout the world, but in Africa, the demonstrations are a reminder the struggle for racial equality has by no means ended for most Africans.
Huge crowds in cities across the world are a strange sight after months of staying physically apart to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The legislation, if adopted, would ban police chokeholds, reduce legal protections for officers and establish a national database of excessive-force incidents.
Security measures have been eased in several American cities as unrest over the killing of George Floyd subsided.
Hundreds of protesters surrounded the entrance to the American Embassy in London on Sunday, as anti-racism demonstrations continued.
Demonstrations have taken place in Spain, Italy, Hungary, the UK, Denmark and Belgium as Europe sees second day of protest over George Floyd's death.
Dozens of largely peaceful demonstrations took place in American cities on Saturday after a week of chaos and unrest following the death of George Floyd.
Protesters gathered in London's Parliament Square on Saturday to show solidarity with protesters in the United States over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota last week.
More protests against racism are taking place across Europe on Sunday. On Saturday, demonstrations in France and in the UK defied coronavirus restrictions.